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Whistler transit details to be revealed

Plan will result in 19 per cent service reduction, but is short $1.1 million



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The plan presented in early September does include a few transit services over and above the minimal acceptable service identified by BC Transit.

Some of the features of the plan include:

• A Valley Connector route that will connect the north end of the valley to the south.

• Restoring daily service between 2 a.m. and 3 a.m.

• Restoring southbound service to Spring Creek on select trips.

• The Cheakamus Express will operate year-round and will now end at Cheakamus instead of Tamarisk.

• Increased service to the Rainbow subdivision, from 60 minutes to 30 minutes.

• Upper Nordic shuttle route would also serve Tamarisk and part of Alta Lake Road.